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david constructional engineer and bill harvey. i want to talk about urban myths. what do you think about earthquakes, can you tell if they are coming in advance? >> he's sleeping during those earthquakes? >> have you noticed him take any special? >> no. he sleeps right through them. there is no truth that i'm aware of with harvey that dogs are aware of an impending earthquake. >> you hear the myth all the time. suppose the dog helps you get up, is it going to help you do something >> i hear they are aware of small vibrations. but yes, i read extensively that dogs cannot realize earthquakes. >> today is a spectacular day in san francisco and sometimes people would say this is earthquake weather. is this earthquake weather? >> no. not that i have heard of. no such thing. >> there is no such thing. >> we are talking about the weather in a daily or weekly cycle. there is no relationship. i have heard it's hot or cold weather or rain. i'm not sure which is the myth. >> how about time of day? >> yes. it happens when it's least convenient. when it happens people say we were lucky and when they
, harvey and david, and both structural engineers and we want to talk about things that you might do before an earthquake to your home to make it more likely that your home will be ha bitable after an earthquake, what should we do? both structural and maybe even important non-structural things. >> you hear about how to prepare an earthquake kit and brace your book shelves and water tank and that is important. what you have to be careful is make sure that you are not going the easy things to make yourself feel better. if you have a bad structure, a bad building, then you need to be looking at that and everything that you do to keep your collectables in place is small and compared. if you have taken care of your structure, then there is a lot of stuff that you can do in your house that is non-structural and your chimney and water tank. >> let's talk about what the structural things might be. >> and he is exactly right. you don't want to make the deck chairs safe on the titanic, it is going down, you are going down, you have to make sure that your house is safe. there are basic things that you
't remember, harvey or vicky, or i said, let's just, in rehearsal, let's just do it straight, without the accents and without trying to be broad. it was heavy. there wasn't one laugh. >> mike: oh. >> because we were very serious with it. and then, we added those accents and talked like this and just got funny. >> mike: well, some of the funniest moments i think in the entire series with tim conway, you or vicky would get harvey korman, he couldn't finish the scene and laughing with the audience. >> harvey was upset with himself because he was a serious comedic actor. (laughter) it got to be when there was a tim-harvey sketch. all tim would have to do at the beginning was to look at harvey and go-- and harvey would be gone. and-- give him a look and he would be gone. >> mike: the remarkable thing about this incredible career that you had in the 11 years of the carol burnett show, you were also raising a family, you had three daughters. i can't imagine balancing, between with growing, you know, children and --. >> well, we had our show on a school schedule. and the only time i worked in
fatone. it's time to play "family feud." give it up for steve harvey! [cheering and applause] [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: thank you very much. thank you for coming, everybody. everybody, welcome to "family feud". i'm your man, steve harvey. and you know what, we got another good one for you today. great family, returning for the second day out of boston, mass., it's the tracey family. [cheering and applause] and from union city, georgia, it's the howard family. [cheering and applause]
. what happens now? former s.e.c. chairman harvey pitt will join us with his take and our own herb greenberg, who had been following the herbalife story closely. harvey, thanks for joining us. good to see you again. can you explain what kind of information this kpmg partner would be privy too that actually would have a material impact on the trading of herbalife and sketchers shares? >> well, he had access to all of the internal documentations and information involving herbalife, and so he saw how all their numbers were commuted. he saw what the ingredients were for all of the results. and all of that could provide very material and important indications of how the company is doing. >> what would the s.e.c. look for in its investigation, into possible insider trading? obviously, if he's got access to all of that, they're going to want all of that information. and certainly the release of non-public information. >> well, he himself, as i gathered, didn't trade, but he did refer the information to people who did. so one of the questions the s.e.c.'s going to be looking at is what wer
s.w.a.t.ed, what is s.w.a.t.ing and why do people do it? we're going to explain and have harvey levin from tmz up next. this is "cnn newsroom" and i'm suzanne malveaux. >>> a bus heading to oklahoma hit an impact buffer. at least 36 people have been taken to area hospitals, three with critical injuries. want to bring in bud gillette of our dallas affiliate ktvt joining us live from the scene of the crash. first of all, how did this happen? >> reporter: well, suzanne, this is a turnpike, the george h.w. bush turnpike. and it's a feeder road if you will to a straight line to oklahoma. it's believed that's where the bus was headed this morning. i can stand back here and zoom in. still a very active scene. you hear helicopters overhead. what we're told the bus headed in the direction you're looking at northbound hit what's called a rubber impact and that is essentially a rubberized barrier to keep people in the highway. well, it hit that rubber barrier, went across that lane of traffic, the next lane of traffic and then hit a concrete barrier that separates the lanes. and at that ti
up, the new financial twist in the effort to rename sfo in honor of gay rights' pioneer harvey milk. i have a dream. >> those words have inspired generations as today marks the anniversary of martin luther king's assassination. >> a live look at live doppler 7 hd with mike nicco and leyla gulen tracking the impact of the storm moving across >> it was 45 years ago today that martin luther king was killed in memphis, tennessee. a member of his inner circumstance cold shared memories of the icon with abc7 news, the now 82-year-old insider with dr. king was one who drafted part of the speech delivered in washington, dc 5,years ago but the "i have a dream" portion was not scripted. >> he was speaking about mahalia who performed earlier and she shouts to him as he is at the lectern, "tell him about the dream, martin, tell him about the dream." >> that part was improvised. a young ted kennedy was in the crowd and he later confirmed the story in his book "true compass." >> new this morning the debate over how much it would cost to rename sfo has landed back where it started. officials said
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with the addition of taking harvey rose's recommended reductions of 1.2 million. but it is $38 million overall and the general fund hit is going to be a little over $12 million. this is something that we're obviously not excited about having, but it is a long-term structural issue that the department of public health has been facing. we are working with both barbara garcia, greg wagoner from our department to fix the issue as we look into our budget for next year and what that means for next year, this is obviously our eyes on the ball moving forward here. we will work to do that, but hope to have the support to fix it this year. thank you. >> colleagues, any additional questions? can we take this item same house same call? without objection, this ordinance is passed on the first read. [gavel] >> item 5. >> item 5 is an ordinance authorizing payment of a $250,000 reward to still 1 for supplying information leading to the arrest and conviction of the perpetrator who murdered mr. willie allen. >> same house same call? this ordinance is passed on the first read. next item. >> item 6 is a resoluti
. are these firms guilty of insider trading? adam has former sec chairman harvey pitt. he will weigh in. adam: the consumer financial protection bureau is spending $20 million to buy personal financial data about you. we'll tell you what they're doing with that information. tracy: freaky. adam: i don't know. they're buying it from experion and, the people that already have it. tracy: so they know i'm broke? that is no secret i guess, it is top of the hour. we want to check stocks. nicole petallides on the floor of the new york stock exchange. and, nicole, wow, apple is really in trouble it would seem with a lot of their investors. >> i will go ahead and lead with that that's what we're seeing here, 392.79. we've seen it down about ten bucks. obviously well off of the highs that we saw back last september when it was over $700. i mean right now you still talk about the fact that they still have products in the pipeline and yet investors on wall street are not hot on apple at all. and we've heard so many people say if you own it at higher points might want to buy a little here, more to add on t
for fox45 announcer: this is joey fatone. it's time to play "family feud"! give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: thank y'all very much. thank you for coming, everybody. welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man steve harvey, and like always, got another good one. we got a family returning for the fourth day with a total, yes, $21,615. from olympia, washington, it's the frey family. and from leominster, mass., it's the meza family. i'm gonna give away some money, but you've got play the game to get it, so let's get it on. give me jack, give me monique. guys, here we
to rename the airport after slain activist harvey milk. >>> they now want a meeting with commissioner of baseball. live in san jose with the story, janine de la vega, what is this all about? >> reporter: well, this is a letter that chuck reid sent to bud sellic and there are other supporters of the proposed project. you can see it says behind us, come on bud in the aid to san jose. now they say the stadium could have been under construction by now and reed points out they put the stadiumish to you a a public vote because major league baseball asked them to but it was two years ago but they are in anticipation to putting a stadium there because they have great interest in putting the stadium there but if so they would have to give up territorial rights where they have a minor league team which they have refused to do. 75% would have to vote in favor of the a's in order to give up their claims, some locals shared their thoughts this morning. >> no, to me the giants is you know property owner or whatever you call it first -- the giant should you know ha
with? >> harvey rose: mr. chair, members of the committee, we would certainly be happy to prepare a scope and submit it to you for approval, absolutely. >> supervisor avalos: how long do you think that would take? >> harvey rose: supervisor, could we defer saying how long it would take at this point, until we take a look at our workload and see when we can do this? >> supervisor avalos: i think that's okay but everyone else -- doesn't make sense that you -- >> harvey rose: it would be before budget, supervisor. >> supervisor avalos: thank you. i'm just joking anyways. okay. so colleagues can we continue this item? >> chair farrell: supervisor mar. >> supervisor mar: i'm supportive of continuing this conversation. i think there was a disparity between ace and others, are saying the hundreds of millions of dollars of losses from bank fraud versus what our department reps are saying about what the losses are given the fixed rate versus variable rate loans and various financial holdings that the city has. so i want to see from the budget our independent budget and legislative analyst
harvey cantor is he benefitting from gold's week. we're going behind the scenes of a madoff documentary premiering this friday at the tribekka film festival. we want to bring in gordon charloff of rosenblat securities and also a cnbc market analyst. good to see you, sir. >> you have to get used to the triple-digit moves. >> it makes things interesting for us down here on the floor. >> look, it started today. rumors of a german debt downgrade and it spooked europe and we followed through in new york in the united states. obviously, we had the movement in gold earlier in the week, so what are we seeing here? maybe we're starting to see the inevitable equity pullback that a lot of the traders were waiting for. >> short of that, we're certainly seeing somewhat of a reticence for the guys to buy the dip as aggressively as they had been over the last month or two months and sort of a paradigm shift in the way investors are treating the market. >> it feels different than it did post-cyprus where we hadda i dip, the news was bad for a limited window and people bought. >> today, you've seen the
or not, is alive and well in the united states, and that is what worries harvey kushner, who follows these things better than a lot of folks. harvey? explain. >> neil, if this is just an incident involving chechneya, and the concern about that, we've been on this radar screen in terms of chechneya for a while, and against putin and what they have been doing there. this is a worldwide jihad movement. when we that the mujahee in afghanistan -- >> neil: don't know for sure -- well there's a lot of infriends here andhe chechneyan connection, the muslim connection, an anger f the united states' involvement in afghanistan and iraq on the part of the younger brother. no one has made -- >> no one -- >> that's what you far >> that's what i fear. no one has made that connection yet. what it tells us is that we now have a group of individuals here possibly, who can move among us. if we didn't see them here we would have never thought that. we have to -- they hit the boston marathon. whether it was a different reason we don't know. that's why it's fortunate get this guy alive and get inside his
the hous. yeah. >> harvey star washington producer slash designer and man in charge for show the and tracy braxton. you may know her from reality tv braxton family values. she's here from maryland. mar we want to give maryland some love. >> it's going to be featuring models of all sizes, ages and heights. that's what the show is ball. bl this year i'm giving a portion of proceeds to dream for kids. it's an organization that helps kids from christmas time feed them and give them gifts. i wanted to give back to the community. >> okay. all right. miss braxton is here with you. how did you two hook snupnup reality tv and fashion is a natural -- >> let me tell you honey i haveh to be honest. >> since i met her my life has changed forever. [laughter] >> in a good way. >> it's a good>> way i but she drives me crazy. she's not just my client i style she's really like my sister. so we're friends and she's a sweetheart and the reason i wanted to style her and be inn her life is she's one of people that is not really -- she hadn't got what she deserves and i want the world to know she's talented and
speaker. >> i serve on the hiv prevention planning council and i'm here today on behalf of of the harvey milk. >> first of all, for being our champions on the programs. i feel that san francisco is the best we have to take care of our community and our residents. it, it's san francisco values at its finest. other people have spoken it's a model for the world to follow. right now though we're faced with the dismanlt of this model and this is because of the failure of the federal government to respond to this epidemic as it should and come up with the funds obviously that comes in the context of our dismantling of our services. it's time for us to stand up for that people living with hiv and those at risk for hiv here. this is the results are significant in terms of what we can do so i ask the members of board of supervisors to work colons with the mayor to fill those cuts and take care of our san francisco receipts. thank you very much >> i'm a physician and i'm the medical director of the hivs clinic. we take care of 13 thousand people living with hiv in san francisco. we work extensiv
're a city that rewards the inno matter and the risktaker. fred and harvey ye very and willie brown and nancycy pelosi. we've known our share of adversity, earthquake and the problems with aids. we're not afraid to fail or doing what we know is right. and most importantly we know that none of us succeed alone whether it's in reconcile or business or life. we know as michelle obama said so well, this past summer when you walk through that door of opportunity you don't slam it shut you help someone else walk through that door behind you. my fellow san franciscans i know there's no limit to the opportunities in this city in we keep the door open. if we commit ourselves and put politics behind us we can help future generations and thank you go >> it's so great to see a full house like this. it means the world to us and to the whole cause of anti-trafficking. we are waiting for mayor lee. my name is nancy goldberg, cochair of the seven cisco collaborative against human trafficking. i wanted to introduce my past chair, and my new cochair. when i tell people of my involvement their sho
that line. it's much more damage in earthquake. >> i want to thank you, harvey, thanks pat for much. >> i want to welcome everybody. i'm from kiss fm and the voice of your san francisco giants at the park. we've got to great program planned for you today and keep that energy up. and thank you to lincoln high school. this is going to be a very exciting day as mayor lee and the giants kickoff the campaign. it is our goal along with your hope to keep san francisco clean and beautiful this wonderful city that we love for generations to come. we're going to keep you very attend let's get this program started with a beach blanket babylon with an original song and let's welcome renÉe wilson. ♪ ♪ to keep you clean is why we gather here. it's time for us to care. that's why i'll help our mayor to polish every street with one big giant sweep. oh, whistle why while you work. and carefully together we'll show our pride. just like the giants we will triumph but there's work to do. no litering so make sure you pick up your trash. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ so whistle while you work. we must work hard
location and is the real jewel to the community. >> ready to develop your photography skills? the harvey milk photo center focuses on adult classes. and saturday workshops expose youth and adults to photography classes. we are celebrating the glorious grand opening of the chinese rec center. ♪ 1951, 60 years ago, our first kids began to play in the chinese wrecks center -- rec center. >> i was 10 years old at the time. i spent just about my whole life here. >> i came here to learn dancing. by we came -- >> we had a good time. made a lot of friends here. crisises part of the 2008 clean neighborhood park fund, and this is so important to our families. for many people who live in chinatown, this is their backyard. this is where many people come to congregate, and we are so happy to be able to deliver this project on time and under budget. >> a reason we all agreed to name this memorex center is because it is part of the history of i hear -- to name this rec center, is because it is part of the history of san francisco. >> they took off from logan airport, and the call of duty was to alert
data and that's pretty exciting. harvey dunkin' is coming next week because we're the race to the top site is exciting. we're trying to promote school readiness this money is given us to so we can do qualify improvement services. they wanted us to build this high quality setting in the neighborhood where we have the lowest schools. but all our schools about benefit from the funding there. so here now john walked out - but here's our sustainability. we do have a sustainability plan. our beginning balance this year was $16.6 million. the reason we have this plan is because we've used prop $10 because we spent it we did accumulate a fund balance. we're spending out that fund balance so we'll zero identity in june neo 15. and i'll tell you how we're using that reserve. are the 3 and 4 years old if live in 70 we're filling the back cuts and that restores the kits that the state made for all the 3 and 4 beyond a reasonable doubt and this includes head start and other large community programs and this covers about 4 thousand children. we also developed a strategy called 3 year plus and we've
life, sit at a table and interview people. that's what i said. >> you worked for harvey, didn't you? >> harvey hired me in buffalo, new york when i was in college but harvey was nice enough to give me job and teach me i started as a runner for harvey. he was a concert promoter. is he became a pretty serious concert promoter. he gave me a chance and he and i became partners. he started miramax and i decided i wanted to be in the management and production business and off we both went. >> rose: so what have you learned? you went t see -- same thing, you went to siebernny brill? >> bernie brill and seen the. >> rose: bernie brill steen. you walk into the polo lounge and he has a tape-- i'm setting the scene. how did you get the appointment. >> i just called him. and bernie was the most accessible and lovable and interesting show business figure. >> rose: so why did he take the call? >> well, he -- that's what was so wonderful about beie. he would takanyo's cl. he really would. he was fantastic and i think of him everyday. i miss him so much. but i called him and i said "i'm going to be
a few years ago. chairman and ceo, brett harvey is joining me now in a fox business exclusive. also some pretty decent numbers when it came to your epf. you matched estimates here. your stock is looking pretty healthy. it is down today, but you are up way more than your peers, or not getting hammered as much as your peers are. how is the cool part of your business doing? >> it is actually doing pretty well. if you look in a global sense it is doing very well. we are well capitalized here in the united states. we have other fuel to use, so we choose between them. that is good for the business. liz: when mitt romney did not win the presidential election, he said that was it. he was the big friend of cool. the business looks pretty healthy, regardless. >> yes. you have to think of coal in terms of stored electricity. our company is 150 years old and it will be another 150 years old because the united states has 30% of the world's coal still in the united states. we will figure out how to use it. liz: you get paid to be the smarter guy in the room and to anticipate what this country will use
as the nerd prom. >>> and later, steve harvey is a best-selling author, a popular radio personality, a game show host. could he also now hold the title of the king of daytime? >> very funny, talented guy. >>> we begin this hour with a discovery of what appears to be part of a jet that hit the world trade center on september 11th. >> our reporter is in lower manhattan. >> reporter: i'm about two blocks from ground zero. investigators want to get a closer look at what's wedged between two buildings behind me where police are now standing guard. it appears to be part of a jet's landing gear. four feet by five feet in a narrow alleyway. you can just make out the word boeing and identification numbers. >> about 86 feet from -- >> reporter: new york's police commissioner inspected the site himself, saying they're assuming the battered metal is part of the landing gear from one of the planes that destroyed the world trade center, killing almost 3,000 people. >> the chief medical examiner will do an examination of the area around the part to see if it's toxic in any way. he will also check to see i
joel osteen and his wife victoria and harvey winestein. >> we begin with your world in 90 seconds. >> he will not be treated as an enemy combatant. we will prosecute this trust through the civilian system of justice. >> authorities charge the surviving suspect. >> dzhokhar tsavraev says he and his brother were religious views and had no terrorism. >> for plot thwarted by bliss in canada. >> two men in a terrorist plot backed by al qaeda. >> the attack was not imminent but the threat real. >>> overflowing rivers in the midwest have flooded streets and homes. >> this could be spectacular. time to take the school boat to school. >> a nasty spring storm will dump half a foot of snow from colorado to michigan. >> heartbreaking to look at it. >> the faa is starting its furlough program, forced days off. >> delays at some of the nation's busiest airport. >> the government needs to get their act together. >> tsa, putting a temporary hold on the controversial policy change that would have allowed small >> a proposal to make it illegal to buy tobacco unless you are 21. >> a
and the risktaker. fred and harvey ye very and willie brown and nancycy pelosi. we've known our share of adversity, earthquake and the problems with aids. we're not afraid to fail or doing what we know is right. and most importantly we know that none of us succeed alone whether it's in reconcile or business or life. we know as michelle obama said so well, this past summer when you walk through that door of opportunity you don't slam it shut you help someone else walk through that door behind you. my fellow san franciscans i know there's no limit to the opportunities in this city in we keep the door open. if we commit ourselves and put politics behind us we can help future generations and thank you go >> a few years ago, i attended a public event at sfaliason, i don't know if you were there but it had a huge impact on me. i went to hear alaferalaison speak and instead a heard a neuro biologist and a snow flake scientist and tj clark who is an arc historian. it was amazing, it was the most amazing night. and we have actually modeled our public programs off of that event ever since. we like at the ar
. sinclair. >> any other item for future meetings? when are we planning to talk about harvey rose report? >> the april meeting, april 22nd. >> public comment? hearing none, last item on the agenda, public comment on matters appearing or not appearing on the agenda that are within the jurisdiction of the ethics commission. hearing none, is there a motion to adjourn the meeting? >> so moved. >> second. >> all in favor? >> aye. >> opposed? hearing none, meeting is adjourned. [gavel] >> good afternoon, welcome to the supervisors board meeting. the committee vice-chair, to my left is supervisor david chiu, also a member of the committee and we are joined today by supervisor john avalos. i want to thank sfgtv staff and caroline for broadcasting today's meeting. miss miller are there any announcements? >> yes. please make sure to silence all devices and documents included in the file should be submitted to the clerk. items acted upon today will appear on the agenda unless otherwise stated. >> thank you. please call item no. 1. item no. 1 is to delete the sunset of alcohol restricted use. >> ava
whoever did ts brought to justice. >> he was referring to when dan white assassinated harvey milk and mascone. >> bill to regulate and tax ammunition sales this california is up for review by the public safety committee. the bill was announced in january by state assemblywoman skinner, whose proposal would require ammunition dealers to be licensed, require i.d. from buyers, report all sales to the department of justice, and ban conversion kits that allow high-capacity magazines. opponents argue that none of the restrictions would have prevented the school tragedy at sandy hook. cornell bernard will have more in a live report in 30 minutes. >> today marks the one-year anniversary of the shooting massacre the university in oakland of the seven people were killed that day. police say a former nursing student planned the shooting because he was angry with city officials. a judge ruled in january that he is not competent to stand trial. the school will hold two memorial concerts for the victims, one on saturday in oakland and the other is april 13. >> connecticut lawmakers have come to
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